Flexible Professional Learning Options to Help Teachers Develop Their Instructional Skills

This spring, we piloted some of our professional learning workshops remotely with several districts and found great success. For summer and fall, you’ll be able to choose either remote or in-person delivery of many of our most popular workshops. Take a look at our course offerings, then call CORE to discuss your specific professional learning needs as you prepare for fall instruction.

Explore Popular Course Options


In-Person or Online Elementary Reading Academy

Build your team’s fundamental knowledge of evidence-based instructional practices based on the science of reading. An online national course starts Sept. 17 or we can create a custom online cohort for 15 or more people from your district. Also offered face-to-face at your district site.


Online Math Academy — Fractions — Course available fall 2020

Deepen knowledge about fraction concepts and teaching and learning about fractions. This highly interactive robust course on content and instructional practices will lead to rigorous learning about fractions for students.

Reading Fundamentals

Address the foundational concepts of the science of reading for all grade levels, from early grade basics and adolescent literacy to high-leverage intervention topics.

Sound Beginnings

Early childhood educators will enhance their understanding of critical early literacy topics and increase their skills to establish a strong reading foundation for children.

Adolescent Solutions

Build teachers’ toolkit of evidence-based practices and strategies to help students struggling with decoding, reading fluency, vocabulary, and subject matter comprehension.

Elementary Math Academy

Enhance your team’s knowledge of evidence-based practices to help all students to become mathematically proficient. Sessions cover critical topics that pose challenges for many students, particularly those who struggle with math.

Building Fluency and Number Sense

Learn how fluency and number sense are connected through standards and teaching, and learn how to use fluency activities to engage students and build number sense.

Teaching Problem Solving Through Mathematical Modeling K–12

Increase students’ ability to tackle problem solving and discover how to deepen and extend knowledge through math applications.

Mathematical Discourse, Writing, and Academic Vocabulary K–12

Build proficiency through meaningful discourse and math-centered writing activities and by building math-specific vocabulary in students.

Which Workshops Would You Like to Bring to Your District?